Anthony “Princesa” Olascuaga: Flyweight Force Signs Multi-Year Deal with All Star Boxing

04/04/2024 - No comments

All Star Boxing, Inc’s top brass, Felix “Tuto” Zabala Jr, just dropped a bombshell. He’s locking in Los Angeles’ flyweight phenom, Anthony “Princesa” Olascuaga, under a shiny new multi-year deal. Fresh off his jaw-dropping takedown of Giemel Magramo in Tokyo, Olascuaga’s not just riding a high; he’s eyeing the throne in his new weight class.

“I’m buzzing to keep rolling with All Star Boxing, Inc,” Olascuaga blasted out. He’s not just stepping up; he’s reloaded, ready to throw down with the big guns in the flyweight division.

Kicking off his pro career in 2020 amidst the chaos, Olascuaga blasted onto the scene on Zabala’s Boxeo Telemundo, making noise right out the gate with a speedy 6-rounder. “We knew Tony was the real deal from day one,” Zabala threw down. The game plan? Catapult him straight to a world title shot.

Olascuaga wasn’t messing around. By his third fight, he’d already snagged the WBA Fedelatin Flyweight title with a knockout that had Panama City buzzing. And he didn’t stop there; defending his title twice with flair in New York, Olascuaga was headlining shows by his fifth fight like a seasoned pro.

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His big moment came against Kenshiro Terraji for the unified titles, stepping in for an ill teammate. Olascuaga went toe-to-toe with Terraji, showcasing heart and skill that left the big leagues wanting more. Now ranked in the top 5 and hungry for a second shot at world title glory, Olascuaga’s set to make waves this summer.

All Star Boxing, Inc and Teiken Promotions, steered by the legendary Akihiko Honda, are joining forces for Olascuaga’s next bout. It’s not just a fight; it’s a statement.

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